CBC Tupay

CBC Tupay

Discover the Heart of Peru with CBC Tupay

Immersive Cultural Experiences in the Sacred Valley

Nestled in the breathtaking Southern Peruvian Highlands lies an opportunity for travelers to deeply connect with the indigenous communities of the Sacred Valley. CBC Tupay, a venture of the Centro Barolomé de las Casas, opens doors to authentic cultural experiences that are as enriching as they are enlightening. This nonprofit organization, dedicated to the study and support of Andean cultures, has curated tours that let visitors immerse themselves in the warm hospitality, rich traditions, and natural beauty of rural Cusco.

Authentic Adventures That Resonate

CBC Tupay’s tours are more than just sightseeing – they are a journey into the heart of Andean life. Whether it’s learning the art of traditional weaving with the Chari community, exploring the vibrant hues of Rainbow Mountain, or understanding the role of llamas and alpacas in the Andean lifestyle, each experience is a deep dive into the real Peru. The tours, including the Cusco Women Today Tour and the overnight experience with Chari Weavers, offer a unique blend of cultural activities, community visits, and getting to know the locals.

Sustainable and Responsible Tourism

Founded in 2011 as part of the NGO Centro Bartolome de Las Casas, CBC Tupay embodies a commitment to fair trade and ethical practices. This commitment extends to environmental stewardship, with policies aimed at reducing waste and conserving the Andean biodiversity. By choosing CBC Tupay, you support the sustainable economic development of six rural communities and contribute to preserving their cultural heritage.

Why Choose CBC Tupay?

From active adventures to cultural immersion, CBC Tupay offers a range of experiences for the mid-range traveler. Every tour is a step towards understanding the deep community connections and the unique story of this region. By participating, you’re not just exploring; you’re becoming part of a story that began long before your visit and will continue long after.

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A Unique Story

CBCtupay is the "youngest daughter" of the Hoteles CBC company, which belongs to the NGO Centro Bartolome de Las Casas. The nonprofit started in 1973 and they began offering tours to travelers in 2011, so they could create new linkages to their social projects in the communities they support.

Deep Community Connections

CBCtupay has a business model focused on fair trade and ethical markets. Their company has helped benefit six indigenous communities, and continues to build relationships with others. They have a social commitment with 8 associations in 6 rural communities (Chacán, Ccamahuara, Chari, Choquecancha, Ccachin and Patabamba), which they promote and support within the framework of their operations. Together, they have signed agreements to strengthen their friendship and the commitment to contribute to the sustainable, economic development of the community through rural community tourism.

Active Environmental Stewardship

Their efforts toward sustainability include policies to reduce waste, recycle and reuse as much as possible. Also, they've implented ways to save energy & water, both in office and in the trips they operate. As much as possible, they use organic and biodegradable products to conserve and protect the Andean biodiversity.


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